Defocus’ Simon Müller joins us to share his love of Linkin Park. A band that conquered the world several times over but have also dealt with many struggles.
Brighton based musician Matt Finucane tells us why he loves the late, great Mark E Smith.
Katatonia are set to release a collection of rarities entitled Mnemosynean on 1st October 2021 through Peaceville Records.
Mike Turnbull recently released his brilliant new album, Two Kingdoms. He joins us to share his love of one of his biggest influences; Neil Finn.
We spoke to Maxim about the collaborative project with Dan Pearce and how it all came together, as well as speaking about music, his previous art pieces, presentation aesthetics and a little about The Prodigy.
Jot Maxi from Hacktivist joins us to share his love of the quite unique artist Björk. Hacktivist have recently released their new album, Hyperdialect.
Sinoptik are a rock trio from Ukraine. They have just released their new album and they join us for more celebration of 1971 and Uriah Heep’s Look At Yourself.
Tim Muddiman is an artist/musician who has been in Gary Numan’s band for many years. We spoke to him about his new art exhibition and much more.
News of the A Small Unknowable Thing – the first self-released album from Josienne Clarke.
Dom Brown is an esteemed musician; he has played with many greats over the years. He is set to release his new album on 11th June 2021.
The Prodigy are one of the finest bands ever. Purveyors of a dastardly blend of rave, big beat, dance and metal; they’re a live band for the ages. Dominic Walsh looks back at a gig from 2010.
Laura Guldemond is lead singer with heavy metal group, Burning Witches. The band are set to release their fourth album, The Witch Of The North.
Chris Cameron, drummer from Australian Prog Metal outfit Acolyte joins us to share his love for Progressive musical icon Neal Morse.
The Lost Trades join us in our celebration of 1971 with their thoughts on Cat Stevens’ Teaser & The Firecat…and an exclusive cover version to boot!
Indolore join us for a special Why I Love column on Brian Wilson, or, ‘How I did not meet Brian Wilson.’ This is a really personal and inspiring story.